Have you ever felt like the odds are stacked against you? Or that there is no way you are getting out of what you are going through? Resilience is the ability to bounce back and it is possible. With Christ all things are possible!
In this special interview episode, we hear from a fellow podcaster of God, Coffee & Resilience, Rashadah Jordan, on how she has found ways to overcome what she had gone through and why resilience means so much in order to live our lives to the full capacity God means for us!
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Highlights/Mentions From Episode
Focus Passage – Genesis 37-50
23 Of course, they didn’t know that Joseph understood them, for he had been speaking to them through an interpreter. 24 Now he turned away from them and began to weep. When he regained his composure, he spoke to them again. Then he chose Simeon from among them and had him tied up right before their eyes. 25 Joseph then ordered his servants to fill the men’s sacks with grain, but he also gave secret instructions to return each brother’s payment at the top of his sack. He also gave them supplies for their journey home.
The Three Ways to be resilient and bounce back!
- Change focus from victim to overcomer mindset
- Prayer and talking to God
- Choosing to smile. Finding the joy in uplifting others.
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“Resilience means, back to the original.”
“I had to shift my focus from victim to overcomer. I had to say, okay, these things happened to me, but this isn’t who I am and it’s not always going to be like this, i won’t always live here, i won’t always be in this and my life is dependent on what i do everyday little by little.”